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Veteran Left With Empty Home After Chemo Treatments, Cries When Strangers Show Up

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Ron had a roof over his head, but barely. Illness had taken away his ability to earn enough to pay his debts and he is facing a terminal cancer diagnosis.

Air Force veteran Ron Hyde has a history of making tough decisions on behalf of others.

Thanks to a call on Facebook, many of his fellow citizens had the chance to give back to him.

A simple donation of a used chair led to an apartment full of comfortable furniture and a kitchen full of food.

Ron had a roof over his head, but barely. Illness had taken away his ability to earn enough to pay his debts and he is facing a terminal cancer diagnosis.

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Ron Hyde

He has decided to stop treatment for his illness, preferring not to spend the rest of his life sickened by chemotherapy and other treatments.

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